My Perfect Mistake could have become a great romance novel and although there were brief moments of enjoyable nature within the actual story, this book was not my ideal read. I felt like the story was literally scattered among the pages with its ineffective plot and incomprehensible ending.
The characters Shay and Kolton were not as believable as adults looking for a second chance at love. The characteristics of both of the characters felt too much like teenagers involved in their first love story rather than actual adults. The bases of the story along with the characters was too zany for my personal taste and to be frank I did not like the romance at all.
I also did not favor all of the humor in this book. Humor is one thing, until it begins to flood the entire bases of the story like the author chose to do so. I had to take breaks from the story because of all this wild humor. The humor overshadowed the actual plot and by the time I reached the middle of the story the plot had disappeared. This is book is so tedious with nothing really happening to make the book move forward and I did not find it to be all that of interest.
As for the ending, when the story ends it concludes without further detail. Had I not been paying attention to the page count I might not have been fully prepared that the ending was just around the corner. Basically everything within this book from the romance to the plot and lastly to the ending was rushed unbelievably.
Based on this book it is very difficult for me to want to give the author a second chance and yet I feel it is proper to do so. One book does not defy an author's career and so I will give the author one more chance, redemption.
What happens in Aspen is definitely not staying in Aspen . . .
A girls' trip to Aspen was exactly what Shay needed to forget about her toxic ex-boyfriend. She's got her girls, pristine slopes for skiing, and hot guys everywhere. Of course, her epic self-rediscovery goes completely to hell when a wild (and deliciously hot) skier knocks Shay on her ass . . . and war is declared.
Kolton doesn't know what it is about Shay that makes him lose it. Not just his cool---although she does have an unholy gift for that---but his restraint. When anger gives way to explosive chemistry, they're both shaken with the intensity of it. But somewhere between lust and hate, Kolton and Shay realize they could have something real . . . if they don't kill each other first.